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  1. LG webOS TV SDK

    webOS TV SDK is a tool that provides developers with tools for webOS TV web app development and emulator for testing.

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  2. Connect SDK

    Connecting mobile devices to webOS TVs. Discussion about access and building on the software development kit for webOS TVs.

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    • Haha, that's actually really funny: A user named "science-is truth", disregarding all empirical evidence from multiple users. I read theoretical assumptions and an inappropriate analogy in the above text, all while without adding any new, real data.  So useless! TVs are not PCs...Also phones are not PCs. Does that mean neither phones or TVs do not function as a combination of CPU and GPU and maybe other systems on a chip that need an OS (WebOS? Android? IOS ?) to connect everything up through driver support? Are you aware that many devices actually have built in drivers these days, so no separate software driver need to be installed? In any case, and contrary to before, I get rates of around 170 mbit/s and completely smooth playback of all bitrate movies through the Cable Matters adapter. All this while wifi and built in ethernet are completely disconnected. So the adapter is definitely working, and also definitely exceeding the built in ethernet limits. 
    • If you are a big Plex user and use it to DVR OTA TV you may want to wait to purchase and LG WebOS TV. The current version of the Plex client will not stream 4801/p recorded tv from your server. LG can't do anything about this it is a PLEX issue.  Here is my post to the PLEX forum: ################################################################## Server Version#: 1.16.1.1291 Player Version#: 3.108.1 (Chrome), 3.107.1 (LG TV) HDHomerun Connect Duo. All DVR recordings play well on my Chromebook and the client on the NVidia Shield. All recordings play well on the client for my LG TV EXCEPT anything recorded at 480i. These recordings skip. I connected a Roku to my LG TV and Plex recordings recorded at 480i do not skip using the Roku Plex app. PLEX Live TV at 480i on my LG TV also plays well without skipping. There appears to be a bug in the WebOS app playing recordings encoded at 480i (MPEG2VIDEO). Anything at 720i plays fine. I have looked through the forum for about 30 minutes and I haven’t found anything exactly like my problem. Can anyone help? ################################################################## This points to one issue about WebOS if you are comparing it to other smart TV's. Support of WebOS by third parties is shaky. For example when I first purchased my LG TV a few months ago Pandora was not an available app. Fortunately the Pandora app is now available. I'm hoping when PLEX issues an update to the WebOS version my issue will be corrected. If someone else has had this issue and found a fix let me know. My fix has been to pull out my old Roku and stream through it. Not ideal.
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    • Upgrading to Gig Ethernet will have ZERO effect, in any case there is NO WAY to add a different Ethernet adapter to an existing TV. Its a TV not a PC, on a PC your have the freedom to pretty much whatever you wish as long as you have the harware port and software drivers to support the adapter., The problem is between your router and the rest of the Internet. Its like having a private drive that connections to the interstate on which you can drive at 100MPH, but traffic on the Interstate is only going at 50 MPH. Guess what your journey and your data will travel at the slower rate
    • This is the only way ... Thank you so much 


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